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Look at #7. If the waves were that good, I guess I could understand.
Well that's true, you sound like my kinda guy. We great surf here in Daytona behind that storm, but I still think I would have secured the Porsche a little better :crazy:.
 

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That's sad, but if I could only save one vehicle, the Cayman would not be the one, sorry.
 

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Honestly that last picture while sad would make a great calendar shot for next year you should think about submitting it...
Agreed....If it is theirs that is. Maybe you should contact the photographer listed on that site Ken and see if they mind.

Very sad to see, but kind of awesome in a twisted sorta way to see in that last picture, I mean how often will you see a Cayman like that.
 

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At least he went down spoiler up!
 

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Cayman belong to any one here?

This would heart. I hope insurance will cover the full loss!

The No'reaster/Hurricane Ida combo passing over the East coast last week wreaked a fair bit of havoc. It even managed to sink a Porsche Cayman into the sand of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Best buried treasure ever?
 

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Wonder if it will ever work again!
 

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Credit to the photographer excellent camera skills.
 

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Note to those in the market for a used Cayman S. Don't buy purple! I'm just saying...
 

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I see it in #4 as well from the front. Where was this exactly? Honestly that last picture while sad would make a great calendar shot for next year you should think about submitting it...
I agree it would look great in a calendar.

Does anyone else see the irony of a Cayman in the sand/water? I mean isn't that where a Cayman should reside?
 

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Okay,I'll say it.I know some of you are thinking the same thing."Wow a Croc in the water". Sorry to see it though.Hate to see any fine automobile in such a state:(
 

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Where was this exactly?
This is in Rodanthe on the Outer Banks of NC about 30 miles north of Cape Hatteras along Route 12. It's also about 15 miles north of where we spent a week at the beach this summer. The Cayman may never go back there! :)

It is not at all uncommon for Rt. 12 to wash away in big storms like a nor'easter or a hurricane. In places there are less than 15 - 20 yards of beach on either side of the pavement, and the land is only a few feet above sea level. The dunes are the only thing keeping the ocean from the roadbed. Once big waves breach the dunes it's all over for the houses and the road.
 
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